Homestyle Hotel

13 Jalan Rembia, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, 50200, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur

Catch ups, kopi, tea plantations and George Town

A travel blog entry by antandrel

... there 10 years ago and couldn't wait to leave!!). When not catching up over food and beer at Jalan Alor - the butter prawns are to die for, we were drinking kopi and eating kaya toast at Central Market, so far this part of the trip has become an eat-a-thon! We didn't get in much of the sites, but did catch the awesome GO-KL around town taking in the city in airconditioned comfort.

From KL we caught a tourist bus to Tana Rata, the Cameron ...

Umpur, Lumpur, Doompedy-Doo

A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie


... Facebook on their IPhones. We tutted, pointed out my floor length skirt, long sleeves, and shawl covering my chest and hoped they'd get the message. What struck us most about this temple was the obviously exuberant mood to Hinduism. The bright colours and happy scenes displayed in the murals, and the smiling, peaceful attitudes showed that it's a religion based on positivity, and we left feeling happier and lighter than we had when we arrived.

Our next stop was ...

Kuala Lumpur

A travel blog entry by tomdeakin


As lovely as our hostel room was, it did suffer from an entire lack of natural light. Whilst at night this wasn't an issue, the morning was a different story. A long day traveling and no sunlight to wake us up meant that it was already mid morning by the time we surfaced. Slightly delirious we reconciled our plans for the day and went downstairs for some very welcome free toast. Our first stop would be the Batu caves, a Hindu temple built amongst a karst cave ...

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: A Shoppers Delight

A travel blog entry by samber

... to the city of clean organised chaos. Not as clean as Singapore or chaotic as Bangkok but a nice mix somewhere in between. Getting from the airport to downtown was an hour bus ride followed by a 15 min taxi ride to China Town. Bags on backs we walked up the pedestrianised street of Jalan Petaling in search of our less than desirable but incredibly affordable hotel (£12 - bargain). With our time in the city limited, and Sam having been here ...

The Town of the Towers - KL

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared


The first thing we found in KL was how helpful everyone is, they all knew where our hostel was and how to get there. After an hour of walking up and down a crowded market we realised actually no one had a clue. It's amazing how many people think you want to buy a handbag while you are dripping with sweat and lugging your heavy bag around. We did eventually get back to the market and Lauren is now the proud ...

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This hotel, located on 13 Jalan Rembia, Kuala Lumpur, is near Bintang Walk, Suria KLCC Mall, Sepang Circuit, and Royal Palace.
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